Tag: Video

Hayabusa Fight

Post Text: Decent Post Text. Opens with how its design is award winning. Then “impactful difference”, which is positioning, but it’s weak because it’s vague.

Dolce & Gabbana

Post Text: A great example to follow; a major brand does it like this, and so can you. It doesn’t take much but a little

PMD Beauty

Post Text: I wanted to do a positive ad today, but I couldn’t help myself after seeing this. The Post Text doesn’t do anything for

Increase Academy

Post Text: The Post Text kicks off with a thumbs-up emoji, which isn’t as good as other “Thank you” emojis. It does thank you for


Post Text: The Post Text is a bit weird. Why is the “heater” collection out in the Fall? It ain’t even that cold yet. Someone

Wicked Marketing

Post Text: The Post Text opens with a question. It’s vague. Then he breaks it down into a list. Still vague. “Most people assume it’s

Nuud Care

Post Text: I was not aware of any deodorant revolution that’s going on right now. This is a bit presumptuous.  I would’ve started the copy with

Tailored Athlete

Post Text: The formula here is: Question + PAS (Problem-Agitate-Solution). This looks like the work of a copywriter. It poses the question by directly asking

Burger King

Post Text: The Post Text doesn’t waste any time; it gets straight to the point. It first states what the product is, then introduces a

Lenovo ThinkPad

Post Text: This is a great ad. The Post Text immediately informs you where Thinkpads have been, and how they’ve been used. (Outer space and